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nger of an early secession, beyond South Carolina, the President, in reply to my argument for immediately reinforcing Fort Moultrie, and sending a garrison to Fort Sumter, said: "The time has not arrived for doing so; that he should wait the ace against the secession, then he would send a reinforcement, and telegraph the commanding officer (Major Anderson) of Fort Moultrie to hold the forts (Moultrie and Sumter) against attack." And the Secretary, with animation added: "We havember 13, 1860." December 28.--Again, after Major Anderson had gallantly and wisely thrown his handful of men from Fort Moultrie to Fort Sumter--learning that, on demand of South Carolina, there was great danger that he might be ordered by the Ses reports: It would have been easy to reinforce this fort down to about the 12th of February. In this long delay Fort Moultrie had been rearmed and greatly strengthened in every way by the rebels. Many powerful new land batteries (besides a fo